Management & Entrepreneurship

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KENDALL ARTZ, director of the Baylor Entrepreneurship Program, with LES PALICH, professor, presented "21st Century Education: Baylor's Accelerated Ventures Program" at the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers conference held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., October 2012.

STEVEN BRADLEY, assistant professor, with A. Amezcua, Matthew Grimes and Johan Wiklund, wrote "Organizational Sponsorship and Founding Environments: A Contingency View on the Survival of Business Incubated Firms, 1994-2007," which was accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal, November 2012.

DAVID GRU BBS, lecturer, with KENDALL ARTZ, presented "Startups on Steroids: Baylor University's Accelerated Ventures Program and an Experiential Learning Model" for the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) meeting held in San Francisco, Calif, January 2013.

EMILY HUNTER, assistant professor, with co-authors Sara Perry, Natalie Lorinkova, Abigail Hubbard and Timothy McMahon, wrote "When does Virtuality Really 'Work'? Examining the Role of Work-Family and Virtuality in Social Loafing," which was accepted for publication in the Journal of Management, November 2012.

HUNTER, with MITCHELL NEUBERT, associate professor and Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business; Sara Perry, L. Witt, Lisa Penney and Evan Weinberger, wrote "Servant Leaders Inspire Servant Followers: Antecedents and Outcomes for Employees and the Organization," which was accepted for publication in The Leadership Quarterly, December 2012.

CHRISTOPHER MEYER, associate professor, wrote "A New Perspective on Coalitions: What Motivates Membership?" which was accepted for publication in Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, 2012.

MITCHELL NEUBERT, with JAMES ROBERTS, the Ben Williams Professor of Marketing, and Ju-Chien Wen, wrote "The Influence of Ethical Leadership and Regulatory Focus on Employee Outcomes," which was accepted for publication in Business Ethics Quarterly, November 2012.

NEUBERT, with Kevin Dougherty, wrote "Religious Profile of American Entrepreneurs," which was accepted for publication in the Journal of Scientific Study of Religion, October 2012. NEUBERT, with Dougherty, also wrote the chapter "Christian Perspectives on Faith at Work: An Empirical Exploration of Faith and Work Associations across Christian Religious Traditions," which was accepted for publication in Handbook of Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace: Springer, June 2012.

NEUBERT coauthored and presented "Exploring Links between Entrepreneurial Orientations, Promotion Focus, and Entrepreneurial Behavior" at the Academy of Management's annual meeting held in Boston, Mass., August 2012. Kevin Dougherty and Jerry Park served as coauthors.

PATRICIA NORMAN, associate professor, wrote "Restructuring Actions and Resource Profiles," which was presented by coauthors Michelle Zorn and Frank Butler at the Southern Management Association's annual meeting held in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., November 2012. Annette Ranft also served as coauthor. …